The Planning Commission approved the establishment of three Technical Institutions
for Women in the Chennai state
during the Third Five Year Plan period in G.O. Ms. No.1597,
education dated 9th June 1962. The Government decided to start a Women's Polytechnic in the Madras City during 1962-63 in the public sector. This
was an important event in the history of technical education as it opened up for Women new vistas which had hitherto been the domain of men. The first Women's Polytechnic was started in Chennai on 6th September 1962 with an annual intake of 100. The present intake is 210...
The Institution aims to elevate its status to a centre of Excellence in Women's Technical Education by a conscious and consistent enhancement of its performance in keeping with the International standards.
It also strives towards global sustainability of environment protection through a clean and green environment in the Institution and conduct of environment related programs with international
colleboration, thereby growing in strength and structure accomplishing its mission of offering quality programs and service not only to the students but also to the community and the nation, through optimum utilization of all its resources...